I've been posting on the occasional Thursday about a famous or historic photographer whose work I admire. I think it's fascinating to look at where photography has come from, or to delve deeper into some sources of inspiration.
Today, I'd like to showcase Edward Weston. In this case, I'll leave it to Wikipedia to summarize his life. I'm personally much more interested in examples of his work - the tones are so rich, the subjects often isolated, but with plenty of texture. He's always been one of my favorite photographers. Enjoy!